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nominee romney, go head-to-head in person one more time. it's debate number three. it's in boca raton, florida. it's happening tonight, at 9:00 p.m. eastern. before you watch the debate on cnn or at, ana jones gives us a preview. >> reporter: the third face-off will focus entirely on foreign policy. from afghanistan and pakistan, to israel, iran and the changing middle east. the candidates will spar over america's role in the world. the new face of terrorism, and how to deal with a rising china. mr. obama tried to highlight one of his biggest foreign policy accomplishments at a light charity dinner in new york. >> monday's debate is a little different because the topic is foreign policy. spoiler alert, we got bin laden. >> reporter: for his part, romney could try, again, to bash the president for his administration's messy response to the attack in libya last month, and link it to what he says is a failed approach in the region. >> this calls into question the president's whole policy in the middle east. look at what's happening in syria, in egypt, now, in libya. >> th
and neck race. obama and romney go at it, forei foreign affairs on the docket. the question, did they sway undecided voters? what about women. >>> apple does it again. this time a tablet. what we know about the ipad mini. and monster energy drink under investigation. five deaths including a 14-year-old girl. were they caused by the highly caffeinated beverage. >>> the final face-off president obama and mitt romney on foreign policy and the most talked about moments. >>> first a metro bus and car collided head on in hollywood. there is the after math. a dump truck pulled out on an alley way and sent the bus across the median. the driver of the car had to be extricated. no word on her condition. we do know at least six people have been taken to area hospitals. we'll keep you posted on that. >>> we are now exactly two weeks away from election day. americans are going to select who is president of the united states. last night final chance in front of a huge audience watching the third and finalal debate, mitt romney, barack obama, foreign policy. that was on tap. >> you said that first we sho
that exist in the middle east. >> president obama and mitt romney have their third and final showdown before you vote. we have analysis and the key moments you've got to see. >>> and the giants move on to face detroit in the world series, but what an explosive way to get there. >>> find out what my darkest secret was, and i was like, i'm never telling. >> a north carolina man claims his chur of imprisoned him for months because he's gay. >>> plus, today is the day will all the rumors and speculation about a mini ipad turn out to be true? >>> during last night's foreign policy debate we heard a lot about the economy. president obama and mitt romney did agree on some things like the mission that killed osama bin laden and sanctions against iran, but there was plenty of disagreement. >> the 1980s are calling for their foreign policy back. the coal war has been over for 20 years. >> a quick strike for president obama over russia to set the tone for the debate. two candidates determined to leave a lasting impression on voters. >> i don't see our influence fwroeg around the world. i see our influe
much for being part of "morning express." >>> president obama and mitt romney face to face. this time's subject, foreign policy. they're doing it in florida. the final showdown that could make or break the election. >>> the biggest blow yet. lance armstrong stripped of his seven tour de france titles and banned from the sport for life amid doping allegations. >>> and boys are apparently hitting puberty earlier than ever. so how early, and what is causing it? the finding in a new study that every parent needs to know. >>> welcome again, this is hln, i'm mike galanos. let's get to it with the election. all right, 15 days until the election. you're taking a look at the senior citizcnn electoral map. the red states are where mitt romney has the lead. blue states, president obama, the gold states, that's the key here. you're talking swing states west to east, nevada, colorado, iowa, wisconsin, of course, ohio, florida, and florida, huh, we know that one can be in the mix. speaking of right in the mix, we go to my friend and colleague, kyra phillips, in boca raton, site of the third and fin
campaign. in fact, during this week's debate between barack obama and mitt romney, the word "deficit" came up nearly 20 times. both candidates have plans to deal with it. >> both candidates have made it a cornerstone of this election to talk about the deficit, the difference between how many money our government is spending and how much it is taking in in taxes. this is the deficit right now, $1 is trillion, $90 billion. if we all wanted to pay it off, every man, woman and child in the country has to pay $3,500. yet each candidate says i can reduce the deficit. they all say we're going to have to contain the spending of the government. control it. we're going to have to rewrite the tax code and we have to get the economy moving again because that's going to produce money and revenue .really solve the problem. but beyond that, they don't agree on much. let's look at the romney plan first. if this were to represent everything he wants to spend money on web knows he's not going to get it because he has a deficit. how is he going to deal with that deficit? he says he's going to do it with tax
was among the victims. >>> tonight at 9:00 eastern, president obama and mitt romney had will face off for the last time before the election and they'll do battle in the country's biggest swing state. the debate in boca raton, florida, focuses on foreign policy. the president studied up over the weekend at camp david. romney spent time campaigning at the beach in south florida. so what could be the big, use tonight? here's paul steinhauser. >> the moderator will be asking the questions. they'll all be seated around a table and that will be interesting, similar to the vice presidential debate in kentucky. a couple of the flash points you'll see at this debate, you saw at the last debate on long island last week and that is, of course, libya. i think you'll see both pick up where they left off on libya and the assassination of our a.m. bass dore to libya. you are going to hear them continue to talk more about iran. we heard a little bit at the last debate, is reraelisrael, m peace and china. >> 15 days to go until the election day. the candidates are tied at 47% according to a brand-new
joe biden. >> i am governor mitt romney. >> and i'm paul ryan. >> and this is our election at middle school in charleston, west virginia. and this is -- >> cnn student news! >> oh, man, that was awesome. thanks to everyone for getting things going today for that ireport. we're going to jump right into the presidential debate. last night was the third and final face-off between barack obama and mitt romney. this debate was held in boek ka raton, florida, and it focused on foreign policies. we're talking about ways in which the united states focused on the rest of the world. election day is xktdly two weeks away. last night was the last chance they had to present some of their ideas to a large audience all at once. here is some of what happened. >> i absolutely believe that america has a responsibility and the prism of helping defend freedom and promote the principles that make the world more peaceful. those principles include human rights, freedom of expression, elections because when there are elections, people tend to vote for peace. they don't vote for war. so we want to promote th
in chicago to cast an early vo vote. the president visited a tampa krispy kreme. he told voters that romney's agenda won't move the country forward. >> we joke about romneysia but all of this speaks to what is important in this election and that is the issue of trust. you know, when you elect a president, you're counting on somebody you can trust to fight for you. who you can trust to do what they say they're going to do. who can trust -- that you can trust to make sure that when something unexpected happens, he or she will be thinking about your family, your future. trust matters and, florida, you know me. you know i say what i mean and i mean what i say. >> now there are nine so-called battleground states, not one of them more important than ohio, especially mitt romney. no republican has ever been elected president without winning ohio. gop candidate is hitting three parts that have state. president obama has a five-point edge in ohio. mitt romney says the president has no plan to move ohio and the country forward. >> he has now resorted to talking about saving characters on sesame stree
romney show up at the same event in the same outfit. okay, i joke with you. but what's really making the headlines are the funny digs at each other within arm's reach. >>> we do have an early heads-up that your holiday dinners may get price wrer this season. maybe we can work to plan ahead. >>> a guy's girlfriend dumps him right before he wins the lottery. who is sorry now? let us count the ways. >>> look at this tape. this woman makes an acrobatic escape getting away from the man chasing her with a gun. oh, my gosh. what is happening there? >>> first, though, putting politics aside, president obama and governor mitt romney used punch lines to make their points at a big charity dinner last night in new york. look at this. >> it's nice to finally relax and to wear what ann and i wear around the house. in the spirit of "sesame street" the president's remarks are brought to you by the number "o" and the number $16 trillion. i've already seen early reports from tonight's dinner. headline, obama embraced by catholics. romney dines with rich people. >> he did a good job with those jokes. p
. >>> all right. both candidates have a busy day in the campaign trail. mitt romney and paul ryan are in the swing state of florida. they will hold a rally daytona beach tonight where they'll be joined by country music star john rich from big and rich. 100,000 bikers also in daytona for bike toberfest. and it's his second time on that campus just a couple of weeks. >>> all right. the most decorated man in olympic history has a new title. michael phelps beat out people like bruce lee and arnold schwarzenegger to get it? ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter too? what? this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier sure does who are you? [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. five delicious cooking sauces you combine with fresh ingredients to make amazing home-cooked meals. ♪ ambiance [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. your head-start to home cooked. you know it can be hard to lbreathe, and how that feels.e, new progresso recipe starters. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphys
on the 9/11 anniversary. >>> now it's become a big issue in the election. mitt romney slammed the president saying he sent mixed messages on the attack. president obama did refer to it as an act of terror the day afterwards, but the white house also suggested for more than a week the attack may have been a protest that got out of hand. so less than two weeks before the election, there is no comment so far from the white house. >>> two teen brothers were arrested for murdering a 12-year-old girl. their mom is the one who turned them in to police, though. the teens lived around the corner from autumn pasquale. they believe they lured her into their home for her bmq bike but wound up killing her. neighbors are devastated. >> i'm scared. it's devastating. it's unnerving. this is a quiet town. >> we have lost a precious, precious child. >> gut wrenching. to see anybody do this to a child, it's terrible. >> hundreds of people honored autumn at a memorial last night. prosecutors say the 15 and 17-year-old suspects may be tried as adults. >>> britney spears' ex-manager says he had drug sniffing dog
become a real big issue in this election. mitt romney slammed the president saying he sent miss messages about the attack. a cnn foreign affairs reporter talked about what was known that night. >> reporter: this was sent out, it seems, by the state department operations center. this went to the white house situation room. many officials at the white house, fbi, pentagon, cia, many different agencies. i don't think president obama or vice president biden would have gotten these messages, per se, but certainly the president and the vice president were briefed that night and certainly this claim of responsibility, the idea that they were our mill tants, i'm sure they were notified that night about what was going on. but what the assessment was, what the intelligence was about how this attack came to be, was it preplanned? was there a protest? these are the kind of things that shook out over the come day. >> and this morning, secretary of state hillary clinton said intelligence analysts needed more time to determine whether these raw e-mail messages talking about the attack were accurate and
at part of the debates between barack obama .mitt romney. but they got together of their own debate in chicago. former new mexico governor gary johnson. he's the presidential nominee for the libertarian party. jill stein, who once ran for governor of massachusetts against mitt romney is the nominee for the green party. virgil good, a former u.s. congressman of virginia is the presidential nominee and rocky anderson, former mayor of salt lake city utah is the nominee for the justice party. one of the big issues is ballot access. people can only vote for these candidates if their names are on the ballot and that varies from state to state for each of these parties. a new national survey shows they're what you're concerned about, too. the two top concerns men teens are jobs and the economy. many students are worried they'll have trouble finding a job after finishing school. 64% say education is up there. 32% mentioned health care. the survey showed the teens were almost evenly split about who they vote for. but 67% said the candidates were more interested in winning than what most amer
obama was taking a red eye on air force one. he and mitt romney are making a mad dash through key battleground states. yesterday the president rallied his supporters in vegas and romney told voters in iowa his odds are growing. >> we haven't finished everything we set out to do in 2008, but you know that every single day that i set foot in that office i am thinking about you. i'm fighting for your families. and with your help, i've been keeping the commitments that i made. >> the obama campaign is slipping because it can't find an agenda to help the american families. but our campaign is growing into a movement across this country that says we're going to get america back, we're going to get america strong, we're going to provide for our families. >> president obama campaigns in florida and virginia today. and romney is making three appearances in ohio. you can see why. the president has a five point lead in ohio. in a new "time" magazine poll. that's where that's from. the poll's margin of error is three points, so the race is close in a crucial swing state. >>> tom cruise is sui
-out sprint. president barack obama and presidential nominee mitt romney are crisscrossing the country. they're meeting with potential voters, going on tv shows, posing for pictures and campaigning in front of crowds. there will be a lot of that, especially in swing states where it's uncertain which candidate is likely to win. the campaigns are buying up ad space so you'll see more commercials on more channels and their running mates are doing all they can to get supporters to vote. at this point, it's anyone's guess who will win the election. a cnn political reporter say americans will wake up on election day not knowing who their next president will be. it makes the campaigning the presidents do between now and election day even more significant. >>> our next story takes us to italy. some people in the scientific world are stunned about a court case that just wrapped up there. six scientistes and a government official had been convicted on charges. this goes back to an earthquake. the court ruled that these scientists didn't do enough to warn people that there was an earthquake risk. the t
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